Your Giving Goes Far.



Grady is here for you – thanks to you. Your support allows Team Grady to stand ready all day, every day – even in the face of a global pandemic. Help us prepare for the challenges of tomorrow by making a donation today.



Join us on October 3 at 7 PM for Music Heals: A Celebration of Grady! This very special one-night-only event will broadcast on WSB-TV / Channel 2 and feature performances from several well-known Georgia artists. For more information, click the button above.



Grady Health System is proud to play an active role in the state’s response to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.  Our Grady CEO John Haupert served on the state’s coronavirus task force, and other senior leaders are engaged in efforts to address the needs of vulnerable populations.  


We have adjusted operations to keep our patients, staff, and visitors safe. This includes strict limitations on hospital visits and the elimination of any visitation at our Crestview Health and Rehabilitation Center where our senior population is served.




Grady is on the front lines of community health and we are grateful for your steadfast support as we actively monitor and quickly react to COVID-19 developments.


By making a donation to Grady today, you will be supporting direct patient care, including medical supplies, testing resources, and staff support as we address this fluid pandemic. Your donation will enable our hospital staff to better manage the dynamic influx of new patients while delivering compassionate, high-quality care as safely as possible across all service lines.


COVID-19 Support Fund   COVID-19 In-Kind Donations

Your contribution will support Grady’s fight against COVID-19, including direct patient care, medical supplies, testing resources, and staff support.


Please contact us if you would like to make an in-kind donation. Grady is currently in need of N95 and surgical masks, medical gowns, face shields and digital thermometers.



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